Current Research Studies

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National Allergy & ENT Research has conducted research studies for over 25 years. We have participated in over 350 clinical trials studying conditions such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, eczema, chronic sinusitis, food allergy, urticaria, and headaches. Many of these trials resulted in publications. We are proud to be in the field of allergy and asthma clinical research, as it holds a pivotal role in the approval of the next generation of new and improved treatments and medications.

Today our practice maintains one research site at our North Charleston, SC location. This site is designed to suit the data management needs of all types of studies with facility-wide data ports and networking capabilities in addition to patient treatment and waiting areas. Our location occupies a 2000 square foot facility dedicated to clinical research.

Most of our study volunteers come from within our clinical practice and database of past research subjects. We always welcome new volunteers to participate in our upcoming research studies. Please read below for more information about our research projects.

Current Research Studies

Adult Eczema – Adults who suffer from moderate-to-severe eczema

Adult Asthma – Adults suffering from moderate-to-severe asthma

Adult Chronic Sinusitis – Adults who suffer from chronic sinusitis

Adult & Adolescent Urticaria – Adults or adolescents that have suffered from hives

All of the studies listed above are currently enrolling patients.

Please contact April at 843-576-3381 for more information.

Featured Study of the Month: Chronic Urticaria

We are currently looking for patients with Chronic Urticaria.

Please contact Faye for additional information at 843-261-2222.

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Upcoming Research Studies

Enrollment for the following studies will begin soon. Please contact Faye at 843-261-2222 if you would like more information

Adult Asthma

Pediatric Asthma

Atopic Dermatitis

Chronic Rhinitis

Chronic Urticaria

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